MEANING: noun: A hobgoblin, scarecrow, or a person of frightening appearance.

ETYMOLOGY: From Scottish, from worry (to harass) + cow (hobgoblin). Earliest documented use: 1711.

WORRI-CON - annual gathering of Fussbudgets

TWO RR ICON - Chessie (Chesapeake and Ohio Railway); Roxy (Long Island Rail Road)

WORRICOWL - worn by monks to indicate their bafflement over the ambiguities of this world